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Woman returns lost bag with Php2.7M cash to owner

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Aug. 13, 19 | 12:54 pm

A vegetable supplier showed exceptional honesty when she returned a lost bag containing P2.7 million cash to its rightful owner.

Alice Baguitan, 37, found the bag filled with cash that was left behind by two female customers inside a restaurant in Laoag City on Wednesday.

In a report by inquirer.net, Baguitan, who is from La Trinidad, Benguet but was in Laoag at the time to deliver vegetables, was eating in the restaurant when saw two women accidentally leave a bag behind.

She checked on the bag and was surprised to see stash of cash inside.

Baguitan first reported to the police station but remembered that the woman had mentioned she was heading to a bus station.

Baguitan then rushed to the Partas Transportation Terminal. There, she saw the woman seemingly worried while talking to someone on the phone.

Baguitan then showed the bag to the woman, whose eyes widened and immediately hugged her.

It was learned the owner of the bag was headed to St.Luke’s Hospital where a relative was scheduled to be discharged.

Baguitan said the bag owner offered to give her cash as reward but she declined to accept it.

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